I know I'm super late to the discussion, but if anyone's still reading and contemplating, let me just say that this is the absolute best value in tablets out there right now. This thing, while not as svelte as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, or as convertible as the Asus Transformer/Prime, or as trendy as the iPad 2, is definitely a capable little machine.
Android 2.3.x (Gingerbread) runs like a champ on it with a little bit of "doing" to get it set up (not difficult, just have to follow directions well).
Android 4.0.x (Ice Cream Sandwich) is in the works, with a very early (and buggy) alpha preview available from the most respected name in Android mods (CyanogenMod team, founded and run by Steve Kondik, who has been modding Android since it was first released, and has since landed a job at Samsung in their Android dev team).
I bought 3 of the 32gb models during the fire sale. Gave one to my wife's folks, one to my dad, and kept one for her and I to use.
I really like WebOS as well, but it lacks apps for some things we really use tablets for (Netflix and games, namely), though it does have a Kindle App (that I like better than the Android version personally), Facebook, and (I think) YouTube as well.
All-in-all, even for $220, even for a refurb, this is a solid little device with a dual-core 1.5Ghz CPU that is amply capable of 99% of "tablety" tasks.